Plants need minerals to survive and grow. Minerals are necessary for everything from the creation of proteins to photosynthesis. Learn more in this post about soil fertility!
Water is a precious resource that should be protected and conserved, so the last thing we want to do is wastefully water our gardens. With hot summer temperatures increasing, a common challenge for gardeners is knowing when and how much...
Soil…there can be no life without it. It takes 2,000 years to create 10 cm of fertile soil within our eco-system. Step back for a second and imagine a world without food, clothes and shelter. Without these essentials, life here on earth would become exceptionally challenging don’t you think?
This will be the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day, a day that marks support and protection of our environment.
To put it simply, humus is the end product of decomposed organic matter or compost. It is dark magical matter that is home to fulvic and humic acids, substances that increase the nutrient bioavailability of a soil and also have the ability to render toxic soil pollutants inert.